AN EXPOSITION OF Exodus 14:13-20 The background for this story takes place within a dramatic setting. After 450 years of servitude, the Hebrews have been led out of Egypt by Moses. Their journey has brought the emerging people to a place where they are encamped next to the Red Sea. Surrounded by desert mountains, the…… Continue reading The Story of the Parting of the Red Sea
While some may dissent, the consensus of the church is that miracles occur in every generation and can be counterfeited by Satan. Others embrace the doctrine of cessation as part of Reformed Theology. So, which position is the more correct one? Part of the problem in discerning the answer is that a miracle is not…… Continue reading What About Miracles?
Time has passed, but succeeding generations must still make an evaluation of the Jewish Rabbi who once went forth ministering throughout Palestine. Familiar questions still demand an answer. “Do you believe that Jesus was a Prophet of God?” “Do you believe that He was the Son of God?” “Do you believe He had power to…… Continue reading The Case for Christianity
The doctrine of the virgin birth is based on two explicit and harmonious accounts recorded in the Synoptic Gospels—Matthew 1:18–25 and Luke 1:26–38, each clearly independent of the other. Both narratives teach that the birth of Jesus resulted from a miraculous conception by the power of the Holy Spirit in the womb of the Virgin…… Continue reading The Miraculous Birth of Jesus Christ